In Real Time; Erin Hagan, Michael Hanna and Dave Loder, curated by Nuala Ní Fhlathúin

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Engage Art Studio and 126 Artist Run Gallery are please to present  In Real Time, an exhibition of work by Erin Hagan, Michael Hanna and Dave Loder, curated by Nuala Ní Fhlathúin at 126 Artist Run Gallery, Hidden Valley, Galway. This exhibition dwells deeply in time; work that draws on playful binaries and real time »

Shills, an Exhibition by Pádraig Spillane

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Engage Art Studios is delighted to present “Shills” a solo exhibition by Pádraig Spillane in 126 Artist-run Gallery. Opening Friday the 8th of January 2016, 7pm.
This exhibition is part of an ongoing collaborative project between Engage Studios Galway and Sample Studios, Cork.

Annual Engage Members Exhibition 2014

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126 Artist Run Gallery © Kerry Guinan and Engage Art Studios are delighted to present the Annual Engage Members Exhibition opening on Galway Cuture Night 2014. The exhibition is curated by Austin Ivers

Too Many Dinner Partiers

14 days to a better paperseasy spy pro reviewtop 9 quotes on papers EVENTS Fuck Shit Piss: Performance On the opening night of the 27th of June, a performance will take place in 126 gallery at at 8.30. Five Ways to Say Your Prayers Talks Each weekend over the course of Five Ways to Say Your »

“Pace” Annual Members Exhibition

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Engage Art Studio are delighted to present their annual members exhibition. This year’s exhibition entitled “Pace” will be part of the Clifden Arts Festival 2013 and will run from the 19th-30th September. “Pace” will be curated by Engage board member Shelly McDonnell who has chosen the idea of time and perception of time as a »

Sarah Lundy “Habit” at the Linenhall Arts Centre

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July5th-27th 2013 HABIT is a multi-media exhibition of works exploring the repeated action and recurring result. The exhibition looks through cumulative arrangement of quotidian elements at Lundy’s ongoing inquiry into individual autonomy and collective homogeneity, society and self; formally it explores the binary significance of the single and plural, presence and absence, positive and negative »

Too Many Dinner Parties

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Opening times:

Wed, Thurs, Fri 12- 6pm
Sat & Sun 11-6pm

Venues:

The Shed, The Middle Pier, Galway 126,Artist-run Gallery, Flood Street, Galway
Too Many Dinner Parties is a series of exhibitions and events involving three curatorial projects by PS² (Belfast), Economic Thought Projects (Galway) and Paul Hallahan (formely SOMA Contemporary, Waterford)

Latency at the Linenhall Art Centre

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An exhibition of works by members of Engage Art Studios, curated by arts writer Michaële Cutaya. Michaële explains: “There are different ways to approach the notion of latency, whether as something existing but not yet manifest, lying dormant until suitable circumstances develop, or as the time lapse between a stimulus and its response

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The Niland Gallery

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The Niland Gallery was a project initiated and run by Engage Art Studios during November 2010 and from April – December 2011. The project was made possible with the generous support of Oliver Niland and the Arts Council. The creative re-use of this ‘slack space’ in Galway’s city centre provided a much needed addition to the »